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When to keyframe an effect

When to keyframe an effect: Premiere Pro Guru: Fixing Video Exposure Problems
When to keyframe an effect: Premiere Pro Guru: Fixing Video Exposure Problems

Keyframing is a basic animation principle that controls some type of change to a clip, whether that is movement in space or change in size. It can also be applied to change in values for the color or exposure of a shot. In this movie, author Richard Harrington talks about what to consider when deciding to keyframe an effect in Adobe Premiere Pro.

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Skill Level Intermediate
3h 27m
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Color Correction Video Video Editing Premiere Pro

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